The fast-casual brand, headquartered in Washington, D.C., has a doozy of a location in the Rayburn House Office Building.
The Washington, D.C.-based pizza chain that gives its employees paid time off (PTO) for political activism has gone one step further, announcing that it will close all of its stores on November 3 to encourage its workers and surrounding communities to vote in the election. &pizza, founded by CEO Michael … More
An employee-focused approach to management has paid off for &pizza, allowing the company to keep most of its stores open during the pandemic, founder/CEO Michael Lastoria said in a panel discussion during Nation’s Restaurant News’ Restaurant Rise digital summit. &pizza operates 30-plus stores in D.C., Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York … More
In a show of solidarity that seems to reflect the restaurant industry as a whole, Washington, D.C.-based &pizza, a past PMQ cover subject in April 2016, recently announced it will offer additional paid time off (PTO) to any employee who wants to join in the protests sparked by the death … More
Ever since Schnatter’s bizarre interview where he predicted “a day of reckoning” is nigh for his namesake company, the disgraced CEO has thrown himself fully into vengeance. He filed a lawsuit against Laundry Service, an advertising agency that attempted to workshop with Schnatter the day of the fateful phone call … More